CU Doctors are here for you!
Our clinics are open and able to serve you during this time for urgent in-person visits as well as virtual health services. Please call our clinics directly to schedule an appointment for both in person and virtual health.
Our number one priority is the health and safety of our patients, their family members, as well as our health care team. To honor this commitment we have implemented the following procedures:
- Non-urgent medical appointments should be converted to telehealth visits or rescheduled if telehealth is not feasible.
- Please bring your own face mask or covering to wear. Patients checking in must tell staff if they have: A fever, cold symptoms (cough, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath); Flu symptoms (fever, chills, body aches, etc.).
- Adult patients may be allowed one asymptomatic person (at least 17 years old) for support; however, we reserve the right to deem a support person unnecessary at any time.
- Pediatric patients may be allowed one asymptomatic adult (i.e. parent, guardian) for support.
- For pediatric patients, please check the Children's Hospital Colorado website for updated COVID-19 related patient information.
Please call us about your current health care concerns. Please take care in following current public health guidelines. Please visit the Colorado COVID-19 website, for more information.
Thank you for doing your part to help keep everyone safe and healthy!
Bart Schmitt, MD
Professor, Pediatrics-General Pediatrics
Medical Director, Pediatric Call Center, Children's Hospital Colorado
Preceptor, Child Health Clinic
Medical Director, General Pediatric Consultations
Conditions & Treatments
Pediatrics, Board Certification
- Child and Teen Health
- Primary Care
Clinical Interest for Patients
Toilet Training problems
Constipation from Stool Holding
Diagnostic accuracy in pediatric primary care
Successful patient care depends on carefully reaching the correct diagnosis and cause (or causes).
The treatment plan then follows and makes sense.
I've created a symptom checker app for self-triage and self-care of sick children. The goal is to help parents prevent unnecessary ER visits. Over 30 Children's Hospitals have adapted it for their communities. Over 400 pediatricians have added it to their practice websites.
I give parent conferences on toilet training problems and sleep problems of childhood. I also speak to high school students about a career in pediatric medical writing.